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After careful monitoring, WSL has made the decision to play a shortened summer session, coined the Milwaukee Challenge Cup. MKE Women's Premier League Challenge Cup has already begun play as of the final week of June, and the MKE Men's Premier Challenge Cup begins July 11th. The decision to begin play was made after carefully monitoring information from the federal, state, and local regulators as well as US Soccer and US ASA's direction, and online meetings and discussions with all clubs, leadership, and referee and WYSA representatives. WSL has made the commitment to safely open soccer league play in WI, and asks all players and team leadership to abide by the safe practices the WSL and US Soccer has set forth. The WPASL in northwest WI has also recently launched their season.

Please email Katie at admin@wisoccerleagues.com with any questions. WYSA is now assisting in the administration of the WSL, and we sincerely appreciate all their diligent efforts and support. With several thousand women and men adult players in WI, it is a challenge to address all requests and concerns related to the return to play, but WSL is committed to do our best to play the game we all love, in spite of these challenging times.

WSL leadership looks forward to a successful summer season, and our Fall Leagues returning to more normalized play this coming Fall. Details to all clubs will follow. A sincere thank you to all who rallied to help to help the WSL return to play. The effort of all segments of WI Soccer leadership was very much appreciated, and invaluable in the decision to return to play. We wish you all the best for your safe return to play.


As the Spring season for MKE Men's Premier League was unable to play due to Covid19, League clubs and leadership unanimously declared FC WI Brewers Major League Champions, after dominating Fall League play, with a 7-0 record. Congratulations Brewers on a stellar season and championship. Men's 1st Division did not have a clear winner by record and performance, and the decision was made to not have a champion for the 2019-2020 season.

All the best,

Jim Keller, Garret Ewald & the WSL Board